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Northwest Indiana has lost its voice of conscience with the passing of Mark Kiesling.
What began in fall 2010 as an in-depth reporting effort to tell the stories of Northwest Indiana’s contributions and sacrifices during the Civil War has become a major ongoing historical preservation and tourism initiative spearheaded by Times Investigative Editor Marc Chase.
There is a lot of double talk going on these days.
Tom Philpot should be on a television game show.
The beginning of a new decade brings great promise to Northwest Indiana.
I can identify with Ralphie Parker from "A Christmas Story."
How often do we hear the negative about Northwest Indiana?
What's next for the Lake Central schools?
It has taken me a couple weeks to muster up the fortitude to criticize someone I respect.
It's been a month since The Times adapted a new format, including a narrower page width.
Much is being said these days about the death of the newspaper industry. A great deal of the talk isn't really new.
It's been a bit longer than a week since fire blazed in the press room at The Times.
It never ceases to amaze me how petty some officials can become.
Seemingly hundreds of "no annexation" signs abound in the Dyer-St. John area.
I will be up and out early today to cast my ballot. This is a historic election.
Diversity in the workplace will be focus of a June 26 symposium and job fair.
Significant progress fits the region's profile for recent years.
This week marks the bittersweet loss of three Northwest Indiana mayors of great character and accomplishment.
Think negatively, and bad things often follow.
On Thursday, The Times published the Page One headline "U.S. Sues Methodist Hospital."
Paul Harvey used the phrase "Now you know the rest of the story" to end hundreds of broadcasts.
On Monday, readers will be introduced to a new Times. Beginning with replacing the blue nameplate atop Page One, significant change will be found each day in the newspaper.
Getting from here to there -- wherever that is -- is at best difficult in Northwest Indiana.
How to untangle the property tax problem in Lake County?
Taxes. Taxes. Taxes.
Frank O'Bannon was many things -- newsman, politician, legislator, lieutenant governor, governor.
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Should Indiana switch to open primary elections?